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My dvd player? Or something else?

Old 03-31-01, 12:32 PM
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I just got in my Toshiba 40H80 and i absolutely love it! Thing is I have a crappy dvd player, an apex 660, it was something i got for xmas and i didn't think i'd be upgrading this much but i got sucked into this whole HT thing. Now i go and play my anamorphic dvds and its all pixely and you can tell where the compression is, that's just my dvd player right? And i heard newer progressive scan dvds r coming out so i figure i'll wait for them to go down in price? is this a good idea or what would u do?
Old 04-02-01, 01:54 AM
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I'm not sure if it is or not. IT *SOUNDS* like it is the player, but since you "Just got" the TV, it could be that.

I hope it's your player(for your wallet's sake).

You may want to try
Different Cables
Different Video Input
Different Settings

Old 04-02-01, 05:55 AM
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I matched my Toshiba 40H80 with a Toshiba SD5109 prog. scan DVD player. I'm very happy with the picture quality. If you can afford it the SD6200 is even a better choice.

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